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Thursday, July 2, 2009

St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Thursday, July 2 to Sunday, July 5

Posted By on Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 7:30 AM

Happy July 4, everyone. Have fun, be safe and rock out.

Thursday, July 2 *Bob Dylan/Willie Nelson/John Cougar Mellencamp, GCS Ballpark (Sauget) *Brooke Waggoner, Off Broadway *Dr. Manhattan, Cicero's *Hip-Hop Showcase, Atomic Cowboy *Bridgeton Air Defense/Tenement Ruth, Mangia *Peter J Woods/ Instinct Control/ Kingston Family Singers/ Mavis Concave, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center

Friday, July 3 *Counting Crows/Magnolia Summer, Fair St. Louis *The Fray/Jack's Mannequin/Richard Swift, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater *South Side Crawfish Boil, Off Broadway *Alley Ghost, Schlafly Tap Room *The Graduate/One Lone Car/Odis, Firebird *Joe Buck, Deluxe *Muf'n Top, Lemmons *Roland Johnson Soul Endeavor, Beale on Broadway *Terry Adams, Highway 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen (late) *Terry Adams and Tom Staley/Terry Adams Crazy Trio, Old Orchard Gazebo *Skeet Rogers and Inner City Blues, BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Jake's Leg, Cicero's

Saturday, July 4 *Richie Hawtin, Koken Art Factory *Train/Green River Ordinance/Jon Hardy & the Public/The Feed/Incurables et al, Fair St. Louis *Sister Hazel, Ozzie Smith Sports Complex *Gringo Star/Kid Scientist/Pet Rock: The Musical, Firebird *Red-Headed Strangers, Off Broadway *The Livers/7 Shot Screamers, Way Out Club *Levels of the Boom featuring Beat Street DJs, The Gramophone *Dub Kitchen, Mangia *Weird Body Parts/ Jordan Knecht (Muscle Brain)/Charlie, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *She's Got Ugly, Lemmons

Sunday, July 5 *The Paper Chase/Your Dukes, Firebird *Power Animal/Johnny Mac & Cheese, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Michelle Malone/Beth Bombara, Off Broadway *Haste the Day/The Chariot/Sleeping Giant/Project 86/Oh Sleeper/Gwen Stacy/Agraceful/For Today/ A Plea for Purging/Corpus Christ, Fubar

Monday, July 6 *Man Man/Chandeliers, Off Broadway

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